~ What evolved women want ~


"Tease me with the most delicate touch of your silken tongue and the lightest grazes of your lips. Make my legs shake, my skin jump, my lips quiver, and my toes curl. Make me feel all your desire. Hold me, take me, consume me utterly.  Please me, I need it."
 
Have you lied to achieve a purpose?
#qa In Venezuela, the lie has become a habit. Liveness and lie has become the day of almost all its inhabitants. Getting to a healthcare center in the middle of this pandemic is depressing. Recently I have had to take a family member with symptoms of covid and with a fairly committed prognosis to one of these outpatients and it has been an almost wild struggle to be cared for. Standing at the door for long hours and seeing how they cared for some patients and others did not, forced me to put a lie of the pious calls to be cared for. On this occasion I had to say that it was recommended by a senior state government official (which I had heard from someone else) to be taken care of.. Now I wonder, is it bad to lie?. Maybe if I hadn't done it, my relative could have passed away.. This example undoubtedly has the ability to generate an interesting debate about lying. It is said that a lie changes everything, in my case, of course it changed, I was taken care of immediately, but my conscience is not clear and I do not feel good for having done it, because thinking that there were patients in equal or worse conditions makes me feel a bad person. But at the same time I wonder if a person who hunts animals asks us in which direction did the fox go what would you say? , the right direction or the other, if you know that by lying you could save his life. Pixabay image
My Dolls,
#yoorsapril2021 I loved them when they were ready. I thanked my mom because as a child to keep me busy and not being uneasy in the leisure time she took me with her to her craft workshops.. Before they were a nuisance, today I value it and treasure it because it was a wonderful gift from the best mother in the world, mine. Every stitch was a constant learning because I wanted them perfect and with every mistake or failure they were teaching me how to shape them.. All three are equal and different, unique and wonderful. Together they are the best sample of women's beauty because it doesn't matter the skin color, hair type, body shape, scars (they have them in every stitch of their body by the thread that shapes them), what really matters is what they show, what they transmit. My mom didn't know years ago - I won't say how many but the 30s pass - I didn't know the concept of Sorority or Empowerment, but it was what she and her friends were doing and what she transmitted to me so that I now do it with my daughter.. I can't take her to workshops because the pandemic locked us up, so the workshop is home and now we make candy and dolls.. She is happy because she has “many dolls that Mom made and they are the most special ones”, I am because it will be three generations to whom she will unite the spirit of creating and believing that dreams are built with a constant trial and error.